Voting should be mandatory and could easily done without ID. Fucking conservatives and their trying to keep eligible voters from voting to help the GOP racist with their BS agenda
Firstly, I am neither a republican or a democrat and do not care to be either. Secondly, I don't see myself as a "fucking conservative" and I will avoid classifying anybody in such terms throughout the balance of my post. And lastly, my post is not intended to solicit the common vitriol experienced so much on this site by expressing personal opinions. Hopefully I will not be cocksuckered too severely by merely posting my opinion. Good luck with that, eh? LOL
In the U.S. an ID is required for the following: Buy Alcohol or cigarettes
Drive/rent/buy a vehicle
Buy/rent a house or apartment
Open a bank account
Apply for a job or unemployment
Apply for welfare/food stamps/medicaid/social security
Board an airplane
Buy/own a firearm
Stay in a hotel
Apply for a hunting/fishing license
And 'm sure many other things
That being said, I'd like to know how requiring the population of the U.S. (or any country for that matter) to possess an ID and present it in order to prove their identity to vote is considered racist by many (mostly liberal democrats from what I perceive that appear to me to be striving to increase their voter base)??
I'd also like to know how voting can be done without an ID of some sort.
Lastly I'd like to know who exactly in the US does not have an ID or some sort of proof as to who they are? And if they don't have one how hard would it be to assist them in obtaining an ID in order that they may vote legally and once only?
I am currently a "legal" permanent resident of the U.S.. My nationality is Canadian and I travel on a Canadian passport. I have lived in the U.S. most of my life. Served in the U.S. Army for 6 years (I was drafted in 1971 and chose not to return to Canada legally for asylum). I have been gainfully employed and paid taxes (quite substantial taxes I might add) my entire adult life. Raised a family here in the U.S. Never been convicted of a crime (or charged with a crime for that matter). Been a pillar of my community and am currently retired from over 30 long years in law enforcement and enjoying the fruits of my labors for years to come I hope. God Bless America (and Canada as well, eh? LOL)
All this being true, as a Permanent Legal Resident I have never been able by law to vote in American elections. Why in the world would I agree with any change in voter law that would offer the possibility and essentially the probability of voter fraud to any other resident?
With that I conclude my dissertation and bid you all a good day, a healthy life and the ladyboy of your choosing. LOL